Missouri Switches from Primaries to Caucuses - State and Federal Communications

July 5, 2022  •  

Missouri Switches from Primaries to Caucuses

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Gov. Parson signed House Bill 1878 overhauling Missouri’s election rules and eliminating the state’s presidential primaries in favor of a caucus system.

The new law requires voters to present a photo ID when casting a regular or absentee ballot and replaces the presidential primary held in March with a series of caucuses.

House Bill 1878 is effective August 28, in time for the November general election but not until after the August 2 primary election.

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